Join Linda Pirtle on the Voice of Indie Podcast

Linda Pirtle will be introducing her newest cozy mystery tonight, October 12, at 8 p.m. EDT on the Voice of Indie Podcast, hosted by Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez.

Call in and talk to Linda with by using this number: (516) 453-9902.

Fascinating town, this fictional little community of Magnolia Bluff, located in the Texas Hill Country.

Good people.

Friendly people

Eccentric people.

And always, there is a killer who walks among them.

Linda Pirtle is taking you  back to the streets of Magnolia Bluff in October with the release of the Dewey Decimal Dilemma, which, as I’m sure you’ve guessed, features the town’s librarian as her amateur sleuth.

Here is the way Linda describes book 7 in the Magnolia Bluff Crime Chronicles.

Magnolia Bluff, Texas, is a typical small town in the heart of the Hill Country.

Just because it is small and everybody knows everyone’s business, the town isn’t insulated from murder and mayhem. Which begs the questions: Who’s responsible for breaking into houses? How are poodles, ghosts, drug cartels, and Ponzi schemes connected with a serial killer?

Caroline McCluskey, the town’s librarian, routinely catalogues books using the Dewey Decimal system. When a black and white poodle puppy arrives unannounced, she calls him Dewey. His arrival creates a challenge for Caroline. Now, she must catalogue events to identify a serial killer in her town.

No matter how many murders occur, no matter what kinds of mischief the town experiences, some traditions never vary. Come Monday morning, the early-morning group sits at the coffee shop’s round table to solve the world’s problems.

Come Thursday, ladies sit in dim lights with their husbands and/or escorts in LouEllen’s Lounge and listen to romantic melodies.

Come Sunday, all good Christians sit in their pews at either the Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, or Catholic sanctuaries to hear the Gospels. The killer may be among them, singing the loudest. Praying the hardest.

In Magnolia Bluff, you never can tell.

Please click HERE to find the Dewey Decimal Dilemma on Amazon.

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